One of the most anticipated shows of the summer: the Baltimore summer show returns with a fresh batch of major art and antique exhibitors.
About the show
Now celebrating its 39th year, the Baltimore Art, Antiques & Jewellery Show will make its annual return to the Baltimore Convention Center. Touted as the most anticipated show of the summer, this event attracts tens of thousands of patrons including knowledgeable collectors, museum curators, major art dealers and of course shoppers. Set within Downtown’s historic inner harbour, discover some incredible items on display, ranging from $100 to more than $1,000,000.
Baltimore Convention Center, Downtown at the Inner Harbor, One West Pratt Street, Baltimore, MD 21201. Transportation to, from, and around the Baltimore Convention Center can be accomplished with ease. The Center is a 20 minute drive from BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport and a short ride using the Light Rail train system. The Center is less than 2 miles from Baltimore’s Penn Station and can be reached within 10 minutes by taxi or ride share services. The main entrance to the Baltimore Convention Center can be found at the West Pratt Street Lobby. Please find travel information below.
Find convenient parking throughout Baltimore with the help of the Parking Authority of Baltimore City. Visit www.baltimoreparking.com.
A free, hybrid bus service, the Charm City Circulator features four routes that intersect in downtown Baltimore and connect to other transit such as the Light Rail, MARC, Metro Subway and the Baltimore Water Taxi. Call 410-350-0456 or go to www.charmcitycirculator.com.
Take the MTA bus system, the Metro Subway, or MARC train to get around in Downtown Baltimore
Baltimore’s Penn Station is one of Amtrak’s busiest stations, serving more than 932,800 guests each year. Penn Station is easily accessible by I-95, I-83 and I-70. Amtrak offers special group fares. Visit Amtrak’s website for more information and special discounts.
The fleet of black and gold water taxi boats offer continuous service to more than 35 attractions. Buy tickets on board for single rides or day passes. Find out more information about dock locations, schedules and pricing here.
Three major airports serve Baltimore: Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport in Maryland, as well as Washington Dulles International Airport and Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport.
This luxury hotel is located in the city centre of Baltimore, just 0.3 miles from Baltimore. Guests staying at the Lord Baltimore can enjoy the hotel restaurant, business centre and a fitness centre. Enjoy use of their LB Skybar and a rooftop bar with views of Baltimore.
The Crowne Plaza Baltimore is located within the Inner Habor in Baltimore and provides 360 nicely appointed guestrooms and suites all with free Wi-Fi large comfortable beds, with quality bedding, pillows and linens. You can also make use of their fitness suite, restaurant, lobby bar and outdoor pool.
You can find the Royal Sonesta Harbor Court Baltimore along the waterfront in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor. Enjoy on-site dining and an indoor pool. This luxury hotel also feature a 24-hour roof-top sports centre and massage room.
Morton’s is situated in the heart of downtown Baltimore on the first floor of the Sheraton Hotel. Next door to the Baltimore Convention Centre, it is an ideal dining destination for those attending the show. Morton’s has also been named “Best Steakhouse” by Baltimore magazine.
Kona Grill offers up delicious dishes from a global menu. Enjoy everything from American favourites to award-winning sushi amongst a comfortable and upscale atmosphere. You can also delight is some specially crafted cocktails.
Situated within the Baltimore Marriott Inner Harbor, The Yard reflects the city with its laid-back, loft-style decor, a help-yourself beer and wine bar, unpretentious excellence and delectable, Maryland-inspired seafood cuisine.
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